Braun Rechargeable Toothbrush
Multiple Sclerosis makes it difficult to hold a toothbrush and clean my teeth. I have used a Braun rechargeable toothbrush for several years. I find it so much simpler and easier to use. An electric toothbrush will clean your teeth and it removes plaque more easily than a manual one. There are so many reasons to use an electric one.
Why use a Braun Rechargeable toothbrush?
- Rechargeable toothbrush for twice the cleaning action
- Oscillates and rotates to remove up to twice as much plaque than a manual toothbrush
- Pulsates to break-up plaque, and rotates to sweep plaque away
- 7600 rotations every minute as well as a two minute timer to assist effective brushing
- 1 Dual Clean interchangeable head included, compatible with all oscillate/rotate interchangeable heads
The Braun Rechargeable Toothbrush is a good no-frills basic electric toothbrush.
Once you’ve moved to an electric toothbrush, you really don’t want to go back to a manual one largely because you can never get your teeth feeling so clean.
Treat yourself to a Braun Rechargeable Toothbrush now. Your dentist and dental hygienist will be happier people. Fewer fillings will be a significant money saver. This is a good basic electric toothbrush.
Why use an electric toothbrush?
- Electric toothbrushes make brushing easier
- It provides the cleaning action for you.
- An electric toothbrush can move thousands of times per minute, as opposed to a few hundred times for a manual brush. It cleans the teeth thoroughly and it is also effective at removing stains from teeth.
- Oscillating or rotating electric toothbrushes use a dentist-inspired cupping action to clean tooth by tooth. This type of toothbrushe removes more plaque and reduces gingivitis (inflammation of the gum tissue) more effectively than a regular manual toothbrush.
Why oh why are these type of things sold in plastic cases that are so difficult to open? Is there a secret competition?
I have tried using my teeth and they are not sharp enough. Eventually I resort to using a pair of scissors but then they need to be strong to cut through the plastic packaging.
- I’ve owned this particular toothbrush for over a year now and I’ve been very pleased with it
- This is my first non-manual toothbrush and I wish I had bought one earlier! It cleans so well and already I notice a difference.
- A good machine, it leaves my teeth feeling super-smooth just like after the dental hygienist has had a good scrape of them. Easy to use and gives the gums a good workout.
Look at the Braun rechargeable toothbrush now.
Is the button easy to press on and off? Or , does it require a strong thumb action? My mother has weakness in her hands.
Using the button is a bit of a knack. For the model I have you need to press the button in just the right place. Also you need to hold the toothbrush when turning it off and on. I cannot use a manual toothbrush but that is an MS problem in the same way that I cannot write with a pen or pencil, so embarrassing.
It does not require strength or a strong thumb action. Just a matter of pressing the button in the right place.
Very poor response Mr Burke. My wife has the same problem as Bryan. Surely there is a better answer than I dunno. Trouble is you can’t see before you buy as the packets are sealed (quite rightly)
At least I was being honest and I offered a potential solution.
Since it is a problem for your wife then I suggest you write to the manufacturer. Personally I have a large number of my own existing problems to resolve
I was being honest. Try talking to your dentist or maybe this website http://www.healthyteethdevon.nhs.uk/oral-health-information/public/how-to-look-after-your-mouth/tooth-brushing-for-people-with-special-needs/ or google ‘toothbrush modifications for handicapped’.
I need an electric toothbrush without a push-button switch or a very easy-to-operate push button. My fingers are too weak to operate the standard push-button switch.
Not too sure I can help you. Suggest you try the manufacturers of electric toothbrushes or else resort to a manual one and use Teepee inter-dental brushes with long handles